• The BCWWA is seeking instructors for our New Sector Professionals curriculum

    The BCWWA is looking for individuals to become instructors for our New Sector Professionals curriculum.

     

    The New Sector Professionals program has four modules, with the first being prepared to run in 2019. This program is intended to provide foundational concepts that will assist individuals who are new to working in the water sector, so that they can experience a shorter ramp-up time and avoid pitfalls associated with entering a new industry.

     

  • The BCWWA is hiring a Marketing and Communication Coordinator

    The BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) has an immediate, full-time employment opportunity for a Marketing and Communication Coordinator.

     

  • The BCWWA is hiring an Education Coordinator

    The BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) has an immediate, part-time employment opportunity for an Education Coordinator. The Education Coordinator is responsible for implementing BCWWA education activities throughout BC and the Yukon. This position supports the training needs of more than 600 students per year and is integral to the growth and continual improvement of the Association’s education program.

     

  • Holberg wins 2019 'Best of the Best' Tap Water Taste Test

    The tiny community of Holberg, located near the world-renowned Cape Scott Provincial Park in the northwest tip of Vancouver Island, has a population of around 35 people and, as of May 28th, the best tasting tap water in all of BC!

     

  • 2019 Industry Award winners announced

    Congratulations to the individuals who were honoured for their innovation and excellence at the BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show Awards Lunch on May 28, 2019, in Victoria, BC.

     

  • 2019 Service Award winners announced

    Congratulations to the organizations and individuals that were awarded for their service and contribution at the BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show Awards Lunch on May 28, 2019, in Victoria, BC.

     

  • BCWWA announces new organizational Code of Conduct

    At the BCWWA, we feel it is important to foster an environment where everyone feels safe and included. Our Board and staff are committed to the continuing pursuit of making positive changes to ensure that our events are places where any attendee feels included and welcome.

     

  • Call for Watermark Articles: Summer 2019

    Write for Watermark magazine! We're looking for articles for our Summer Issue, 'Educating Water Users'.

     

  • The BCWWA is hiring a Member Engagement Coordinator

    The BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) has a full-time employment opportunity for a Member Engagement Coordinator. The Member and Engagement Coordinator is a main point of contact for BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) volunteers and members and is responsible for supporting and growing the Association’s technical committees, communities of practice, and other member engagement activities.

     

  • 2019 Student Design Competition Results

    The BC Water and Waste Association is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 Student Design Competition (SDC):